Back to the XL, and after a few shots started to hit high straight balls into a head wind from the left. Sound is canny indeed, like the Callaway. I took both the tour and the non-tour out for two rounds before buying, and to be honest the only difference I found was the $50 price tag. Most of my drives were easily over 300 had one land on the green that was 319 and another just shy of 335 yds. this contact form
Got bitten by the bug; since starting in February 2006 I must have played 45 rounds. What you think about aldila nv 65 s shaft on this head ? Once you connect with this driver, it will fly a mile and it makes a fantastic sound as well. The 1st drive I hit was jst fantastic, Im 14 and about a 21 handicap,who finds it difficult to drive the ball.
Cleveland's HALO Hybrid is one of the more unique hybrids to hit the market. I was always able to crunch the occasional 300 yarder but only once in a while. i thought the original hibore with the proto 70 shaft in 9.5 went pretty high with not much roll.
The club that fit my club head speed (about 104) and entry angle (fairly low) was the 10.5 S gold shafted standard model. Were there two versions of the HiBore XL, or is it just the angle/flash in the picture? - Thanks! Optimal conditions for greater overall distance. Cleveland Hibore Xl Irons Teeing it low with this club just shortens the drive, period!
Best driver I ever had once you get used to it. Cleveland Hibore Xls Driver The open face on the Tour version combined with the shallower profile allowed me to work the ball, while the elongated non-Tour version did quite well at keeping my drives straight. I am a 16 handicapper and went fot the 10.5 degree loft with regular flex gold shaft. Gaston says: October 17, 2007 at 12:32pm Hi, great review!!
Wow! Cleveland Hibore Xl Driver Nonconforming The downside is that sometimes I push the ball now but that is only on bad swings so I can live with that. The HiBore driver not only features the same dome-less crown as the HALO, but also the wider stance and lower center of gravity (CG). I hit my old outdated Head irons (stiff flex) straight and long.
I recently received my head back from Cleveland where they tested it and it came back conforming as the hosel now has CG engraved. The HiBore is very consistent across the face and this leads to very consistent shots. Cleveland Hibore Driver Specs Peter says: August 8, 2007 at 10:04am Casual golfer hitting in the 90's on a good day, so take it for what it is worth... Cleveland Hibore Xl Tour Driver Meandmygolf 1,966,426 views 11:40 Cleveland Classic XL Custom Driver - Duration: 6:10.
Look and Feel The HiBORE XL is definitely a nice looking club. i'll try XL with my shaft. I have at present using the old cleveland 460' and have done well until late where its seems i have lost some distance. http://socialmedialab.net/cleveland-hibore/cleveland-hiber-xl-driver-reviews.html I would have thought at my swing speed the red would have been better but to be honest I get better results of the yellow shaft and putting ego aside will
Please try again later. Cleveland Hibore Xl 10.5 Driver From what I heard, 10 players at the US Open put a HiBORE XL in the bag, while one still played the original HiBORE. Dave says: January 31, 2008 at 10:12pm The XL is not offset at all.
The first thing I noticed when swinging the XL Pro was the weight (D-5) which is about 8 swingweights heavier my other driver. (I butt trimmed my existing driver shaft to The red gave me the trajectory I was looking for, lower with more roll. Everyone seems to be buying the Burner. Cleveland Hibore Monster Driver I can hit my three wood 245 off the fairway, also a HiBore with X shaft.
Obviously, one degree wouldn't make a huge difference, however, as I said before, I think anyone considering this club should get a ball launch monitor session set up somewhere. So far, so good 2 out of 2 people found the follow review helpful. Could somebody help me? his comment is here These hybores are made to send the ball high.
Said "letÃ‚Â´s go a bit harder and see". The 330 was a little right, ha! Your email address You must enter a valid email address. What is encouraging about this club and shaft combo is that the ball rolls out after finally coming down.
Now I'm 250+ with no loss of accuracy. I'm a 5 handicap and have been playing my titleist 975j-vs for several years and did not want to give it up but after hitting the hibore xl tour I had I couldn't beat the price and after reading these reviews, needed to do myself a favor and atleast try it. However, if you are looking for a workable driver, you are probably in the market for the HiBORE XL Tour anyway.
Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading... Both versions have a D5 swing weight - about two or three notches above the standard D2. It's added another 30 or 40 yards onto my sweetest drives, and i never missed a fairway all day. Franc says: February 18, 2008 at 2:11pm I went to the driving range Saturday.
Looks and Setup The first thing anyone will notice about the HiBore is the huge scoop-out section where the crown should be. The hook has also disappeared from my irons so golf is fun again and my scores have plunged and my game is back to the pre-hook level of 5-10 years ago. I'm guessing that much of the height is from launch angle and not excess spin. Notify me of new posts by email. 2017 TST Partners Golf Forum Blog Entries RSS Feed Blog Comments RSS Feed Blog Archives TheSandTrap.com Staff Top Stories Callaway GBB Epic Driver Review